Jeep Badge of Honor

Jeep Badge of Honor


As the official companion app to the online community of the same name, Jeep® Badge of Honor puts the off-road experience in your hand — so you can join in ‘celebrating off-road enthusiasts who've chosen the road less travelled’ — anywhere and everywhere you go.

Off-roading fans can now sign in, sign up and check in to legendary off-road trails across the U.S.A. earmarked by Jeep® Badge of Honor, plus:

▪ Discover specially featured off-road trails and maps,
▪ Get trail locations and directions, information, trail highlights and trail difficulty ratings
▪ Earn Trail Points and ranks within the Jeep Badge of Honor community, plus special Hard Badges to put on your Jeep vehicle
▪ Upload and share photos from your adventures with other fans in the Jeep Badge of Honor community
▪ Enter Off-Roading 101 for off-roading basics, important safety reminders, the history of off-roading, information on dealing with different types of off-road terrain and to learn about Jeep Trail Ratings

Download it today to take the Jeep® off-road experience with you everywhere you go. Then get out and hit the trails!

Plus, don't forget to visit the online Jeep® Badge of Honor experience at jeep.com/en/badge-of-honor to connect with the Jeep Badge of Honor community, check out other off-roaders’ photos, enjoy and upload videos, track your progress and check out what’s new in the off-road community before planning your next adventure!

Recent changes:
Fixed offline mode.
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5,000+
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File size
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About Jeep Badge of Honor
As the official companion app to the online community of the same name, Jeep® Badge of Honor puts the off-road experience in your hand — so you can join in ‘celebrating off-road enthusiasts who've chosen the road less travelled’ — anywhere and everywhere you go.

Off-roading fans can now sign in, sign up and check in to legendary off-road trails across the U.S.A. earmarked by Jeep® Badge of Honor, plus:

▪ Discover specially featured off-road trails and maps,
▪ Get trail locations and directions, information, trail highlights and trail difficulty ratings
▪ Earn Trail Points and ranks within the Jeep Badge of Honor community, plus special Hard Badges to put on your Jeep vehicle
▪ Upload and share photos from your adventures with other fans in the Jeep Badge of Honor community
▪ Enter Off-Roading 101 for off-roading basics, important safety reminders, the history of off-roading, information on dealing with different types of off-road terrain and to learn about Jeep Trail Ratings

Download it today to take the Jeep® off-road experience with you everywhere you go. Then get out and hit the trails!

Plus, don't forget to visit the online Jeep® Badge of Honor experience at jeep.com/en/badge-of-honor to connect with the Jeep Badge of Honor community, check out other off-roaders’ photos, enjoy and upload videos, track your progress and check out what’s new in the off-road community before planning your next adventure!

Recent changes:
Fixed offline mode.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Sep 5, 2014
Wrong badge! Checked in at Hells Revenge Moab Utah and got badge in mail for a trail in Ohio.
A Google User
Sep 4, 2014
Nothing worked... uninstalling Wouldn't connect to gps. Local trails weren't I list.
A Google User
Aug 22, 2014
there's an error with my GPS I've tried it on 2 different cell phones I've made two separate trips to moab to try to get badges for my Jeep open customer complaints not sure what else to do.
A Google User
Aug 17, 2014
Really? Nothing for Canada. Requires you to sign in through either social media or google+. Wants permission to access your contacts list. Yeah, sorry Chrysler. Uninstalled.
A Google User
Jul 29, 2014
Initial impression An extremely limited collection of trails stands out. This could be a great app if it was more encyclopedic, instead of serving up a tiny sampler plate. The app itself is poorly designed - or I should say, engineered. It is pretty, OK. But it uses GPS exclusively and gives an annoying error message if your phone can't get a GPS signal. For check ins, yes, GPS is needed. But for searching nearby trails, network or even last known location would work and allow users to search from indoors! App design 101!